Gather friends for the hottest ticket of the season: a front row seat to the Academy Awards in the comfort of your glammed-up home. Get yours started with grenadine-topped champagne and sparkly stir sticks. Find out how to make them with the Oscar party favors kit, below!
Pour a party-ready glass of champagne! Simply garnish your glass with thick slices of star fruit. Add a small slit at the bottom and hang them on the side of each champagne flute.
One glance at your living room and guests will be starstruck. Set out fresh flowers, light small candles, and hang strung paper-glitter stars for a display as good as gold.
Make your own walk of fame by scattering large glitter-paper stars around your living room. Just don't forget to tape the star stepping-stones down for safety!
The awards don't air until later, but the red carpet will be rocking much earlier. Start your party an hour or two before the show so you can eyeball all the fashions. These preparty favors let you and your girls get all prettied up, too!
Offer to swap champagne for a signature red carpet cocktail. A quick dip in citrus juice and edible glitter gives this pink Prosecco concoction a paparazzi-approved look.
We'll take a round of black cocktail napkins with a twist, please! The slick stunners can be made in three easy steps:
1. Fold a square black napkin into thirds.
2. Scrunch the middle.
3. Tie a small piece of black fabric around the middle of the napkin. Twist ties also work just as well!
Quick! Before the show begins, make your own award predictions on our free downloadable ballot. Gold-dipped pencils and chic clipboards (available at your local office supply store) fancy them up in an easy, inexpensive way.
Simple party hors d'oeuvres like this blackberry- and prosciutto- topped crostini get instant 5-star ratings when topped with star-studded garnishes. Make your own using toothpicks, paper stars, and hot glue, or look for some on the cheap on Etsy.com or at your local crafts supply store.
The star of all movie snacks? Popcorn, of course! Serve the iconic theater snack in paper popcorn containers. Use plain white or colored—either way, these festive boxes make it easy to mingle and munch all evening long.
Nothing says party like a sophisticated olive and cheese tray. Apricot-draped feta and fresh rosemary give this medley of umami-flavored snacks a leg up on the competition.
Give your go-to party baguette something to talk about with a double-feature of dips. Starring market-fresh mozzarella and basil or garlic-baked eggplant—the cast is sure to win your audience's vote.
For a starter that will steal the show, slow-cook homemade turkey-oat meatballs in a bubbling blend of lime juice, soy, and molasses.
This boozy dessert deserves an award. Scoop your favorite sorbet ahead of party time and top with homemade berry syrup. Finish each glass with your favorite champagne or prosecco.
This elegant appetizer featuring cream cheese and crabmeat on butterflied shrimp earns nominations for both Best Presentation and Best Taste.
Champagne flutes make great glasses for sweet treats. These dressed up desserts—complete with a gold spoon and tied with a black bow—make it easy to grab and enjoy between commercials.
Thanks to edible gold glitter, these cutout cookies have all the glitz and glam of Tinseltown. Look for the glitter at your local crafts supply store.
Check your local party supply store for fun party accents like these gold mini statues. Add them to your DIY drink station with fun confetti glasses and plenty of champagne.
Entertain guests with a fun Oscar trivia quiz or download our printable bingo cards. The rules are easy-peasy: Watch the awards (and the commercials) for appearances of instances on your card. Use gold star stickers as markers. The first person to fill a row wins.
Rich dark chocolate and market-fresh raspberries costar in this showstopping dessert.
Give guests the celeb treatment with an adorable bag of Oscar night swag: chocolate stars, mini bottles of liqueur, and red-hot lipstick. Look for bags at your local crafts stores, then stamp away.